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Post Tagged 'The Washington Times'

U.S. Southern Borders Overwhelmed By Children

Unaccompanied minors being held in Texas by Border Security It has long been apparent that U.S. borders are far from secure. Border patrol agents are stretched thin, especially along the southern states, dealing with illegal immigrants, human traffickers and smugglers, and the drug cartels. Continue Reading...

Equipping Our Country to Overcome Malaise: Review of ‘Defending the Free Market’

Rev. Robert Sirico’s book ‘Defending the Free Market’ has a review in today”s Washington Times. It notes the timely aspects of the book, given the upcoming presidential election: As the presidential race centers on America’s economic woes, President Obama and many of his supporters depict capitalism as a system that allows greedy CEOs and Wall Street insiders to profit atthe expense of the common good. Continue Reading...